Poker Odds Calculator - fast, simple, free!

Our poker odds calculator allows you to simulate a poker hand and see the likelihood that any particular hand will win. It calculates the odds of every possible outcome in seconds, giving you an edge over other players and stopping you from making crucial mistakes.

It's simple to use. Select the variation you're playing and the cards in play, then watch as it calculates the odds of each hand winning, losing or drawing.

How to use our Poker Odds Calculator

  1. Select your variation of poker at the top of the calculator.

  2. Select the cards that you're holding. They will then appear in your hand.

  3. Choose the cards that your competitors have and add more players if needed.

  4. Alternatively, select your own cards and hit 'Randomize cards' to randomly fill all opponents' hands.

  5. Once cards have been dealt, you can click on the center cards to select the cards for the Flop, Turn and River (for Hold'em and Omaha).

  6. As you select cards, the overall odds will be calculated automatically.


I was shown the CardsChat Odds Calculator and was blown away by the aesthetically pleasing design and functionality! As a professional poker player it is important to review hands and be aware of equity calculations. Having a place that is easy to plug in hands and visually pleasing is really great for my own review as well as for going over it with students and friends. I will be using this on my future Twitch streams and vlogs frequently!

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Poker guides

Once you have mastered calculating poker odds, you can sharpen your skills with more of our excellent guides here.

How can a Poker Odds Calculator improve your game?

Every player is looking for an edge when they're at the tables to help them win. A betting odds calculator - specifically the CardsChat poker odds calculator - is a preferred tool for thousands of players. But what exactly is it?

A poker odds calculator is a piece of software that lets you simulate any scenario that you might see at a poker table. You can fill in your own hand and calculate the chances of you winning against a series of other (specific or random) hands.

Each poker player faces difficult decisions at the table, but the best ones will try to remember those situations so they can revisit them later and analyze if their instincts were correct. When you find yourself in a tricky hand, or aren't sure if you made the right move, take a note of the cards each player had and enter them into the CardsChat poker odds calculator. In just a few clicks you'll be able to see your exact winning probabilities at every stage of the hand.

Did you play the hand well, and just get unlucky? Or perhaps you played it badly, but somehow beat the odds to win the pot? If you want to improve, it's important to find out the truth!

There are no guarantees, but in the long run, using this kind of statistical information can give you a real edge over other players.

Convert your hand history so you can review it, share it and replay your hand in video format.

Other ways to improve your game

Using an online poker odds calculator is a huge help when it comes to improving your game, but how else can you increase your odds of winning?

  1. Understand the importance of strategy

    Think you can play successfully without giving some thought to poker strategy? Think again. Every successful player looks to carry a poker strategy into battle, but they don't need to be overly complicated - just knowing the best cards to play or when to turn on the aggression is a great start. The odds chart below is also a great way to start thinking about your odds of making a particular hand on the Turn or River.

  2. Learn the top hands - what beats what

    You must understand the order of poker hands when playing Texas Hold'em, so you know whether your hand is a winner or a loser. For more useful information check out our poker starting hands guide.

  3. Learn about poker terminology

    For any prospective poker player, it's worth looking into poker's terminology, so you can know your short stack from your showdown when in the heat of play. Use our poker glossary to help.

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